MLB

Why the Future is Bright for Careers in Sports Broadcasting

When was the last time you sat through a commercial? I can tell you exactly when it was for me: Thanksgiving night while watching the Patriots vs. Jets game. I grew up in Boston, the Patriots are my team, I watch them play live despite the commercials. It’s that simple. Everything else I watch comes […]

College Sports

Can Sports Broadcasting and Journalism Co-exist?

There is a rhythm and feel to the sports calendar. As the days start getting longer and warmer, pitchers and catchers reporting for duty just feels right. Humidity and sun burns, break out the pigskin. Dark and cold, time to lace up the skates and high-tops. This year, as the days get shorter and there is […]

Job/Career Fairs

Milwaukee Brewers Sports Career Fair

If you live in the Milwaukee area and have always dreamed of a career in sports the Milwaukee Brewers Sports career fair is an opportunity you can’t miss! The career fair runs from 3:30-5:30 on Monday April 23 at Miller Park, the home of the Brewers. For just $30 you’ll gain access to the career […]

College Sports

The Secret of Interviewing Sports Figures

Later this week we will be releasing an article titled “Things You Never Knew about the Athletes you Love”. SportsTVJobs.com senior writer Pam Modarelli-Hegner has been crafting this gem with two primary purposes, A: to break down the five personality types you encounter working in sports and B: provide tips and advice on how to […]

College Basketball

Infographic: Live Sports Camera Positions and Responsibilities

Click to enlarge the Infographic and learn the standard camera positions for Football, Basketball, Baseball, Hockey, Horse Racing and Soccer, all of the major live sports productions! I first started working in sports as a Video Editor at CNN/Sports Illustrated and it instantly changed my view of the television world forever. Whether it was an […]

MLB

The Hypocrisy of the MLB All-Star Game

I’m far from a Major League Baseball traditionalist – bring on the Wild Card, Interleague Play and lots of instant replay and I believe you get a better baseball product for the fans at home. But the All-Star game deciding who has home field advantage for the World Series – that just irks me to […]

Job/Career Fairs

Want to Intern with the New York Yankees?

Working for a professional sports team is a goal of many, but achieved by few. Think about it, if you worked for a professional team, better yet YOUR professional team, would you ever leave that job? That is the problem, very low turnover for team jobs. It was always my dream, but something I didn’t pursue the right way. […]

MLB

Colin Cowherd Went Way Out of Bounds

On his Wednesday radio program, ESPN personality Colin Cowherd alleged that Yankees pitcher A.J. Burnett struggled through a career worst season last year because of the distraction of his on-going divorce. One problem with Cowherd’s theory, according to Burnett’s agent, Darek Braunecker, the pitcher was not, and is not, going through a divorce. Lets forget about the factual errors […]

Job/Career Fairs

Sacramento Kings Sports Career Fair

If your New Years resolution is to finally pursue your dream job in the Sports industry, what better place to get started than the Maloof Sports and Entertainment Career Fair on January 19th, 2011 in Sacramento, CA. The Career Fair starts at 2:00 and is your chance to network face-to-face with top teams and companies along the West Coast. […]

MLB

Best Gifts for the Baseball Fan in Your Life

Top Gifts for the Baseball Fan in your life as voted on by the editors of SportsTVJobs.com. Part 1 of a week long series, tomorrow will focus on Top Gifts for the Football Fan in your life. Best Baseball Books released in 2010: “The Last Boy: Mickey Mantle and the end of America’s Childhood” : Drawing on […]

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